New York: Galaxy Publishing Corp. 1967. Dember (cover art). Paperback. Vol. 25, No. 6. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Dember for "Angel, Dark Angel" by Roger Zelazny. Includes "Hawksbill Station" (novelette) by "Robert Silverberg; "To Outlive Eternity" (serial) by Poul Anderson; "We're Coming Through the Window"...
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New York: Nelson Doubleday, Inc., 1972. Book Club Edition. Hardcover.
London: Sphere Books Ltd, 1979. Paperback.
New York: Avon Books, 1972. Reprint. Mass Market Paperback.
Avon Books, 1987. Paperback.
London: Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, 2003. Paperback.
Toronto: Bantam Books, 1984. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. The first novel in an SF diptych. (The second is The Splendor and Misery of Bodies, of Cities.).
London: Sphere Books Ltd, 1970. Paperback.
New York: A & W Visual Library, 1981. First Paperback Edition (Outsized). Clarke investigates the mysterious, suprascientific world through eyewitness accounts of strange, unexplained events and phenomena in the hopes that understanding their causes may help prevent future catastrophes.
Flushing NY: Ultimate Publishing Co Inc, 1965. Kelly Freas (cover art). Softcover. Includes "The Eternal Eve" by John Wyndham; "Chrysalis" by Ray Bradbury; "The Metal Man" by Jack Williamson; "The Time Jumpers" by Philip Francis Nowlan; "Dusty Answer" by Arthur Porges. Fact: "The Kensington Stone" by Robert Silverberg.
London: Earthlight, 2002. First Trade Paperback Edition. Softcover.
London: Legend Books, 1996. Paperback. Magic Kingdom of Landover series.
New York: Ace Books, Inc, 1963. Paperback. Ace Double book no. F-177.
Corgi Books, 1985. Paperback.
Corgi Books, 1990. Paperback.
Corgi Books, 1995. Paperback.
Corgi Books, 1998. Paperback.
London: Corgi Books, 2001. Paul Kidby. Paperback.
Sphere Books, 1978. Paperback.
Corgi, 1976. Paperback.
London: Panther Science Fiction, 1968. Paperback. The Genocides describes the genocide of humans by aliens who seed Earth with enormous Plants. The Plants are massive and rapidly out-compete terrestrial flora, forming a monoculture. They appear unwholesome to the native fauna, and the extinction of all Earthly life seems inevitable...
Ballantine Books, 1973. Paperback.
New York: Del Rey, 2017. International Edition. Paperback. One of the most cunning and ruthless warriors in the history of the Galactic Empire, Grand Admiral Thrawn is also one of the most captivating characters in the Star Wars universe, from his introduction in bestselling author Timothy Zahn’s classic Heir to.....
London: Grafton Books, 1984. Peter Goodfellow (cover art). Reprint. Paperback. From Kirkus (July 21, 1982): As a guide to sailors this book is not to be trusted," remarks Ursula Le Guin of her latest collection of stories. "Perhaps it is too sensitive to local magnetic fields." Local magnetic fields...
London: Tandem Publishing Ltd., 1972. First U.K. Edition. Softcover. Rare. This debut novel from preeminent science-fiction writer Ursula LeGuin introduces her brilliant Hainish series, set in a galaxy seeded by the planet Hain with a variety of humanoid species, including that of Earth. Over the centuries, the Hainish colonies have...